UHT milk processing equipment includes UHT sterilizer, high pressure homogenizer, milk refrigeration tank, finished product tank, etc. The milk can reach aseptic state after being processed by UHT equipment, and the shelf life is up to 6 months with secondary filling and sterilization. It solves the problem that milk can not be preserved for a long time. UHT tubular sterilizer and high-pressure homogenizer can ensure the long shelf life of milk and the taste quality of milk. Moreover, it can be connected with aseptic packaging machine seamlessly. Our UHT unit PLC automatic control, and high heat recovery, less energy consumption, CIP cleaning, sterilization temperature accurate and reliable, steam flow, cooling water flow, material flow are strictly controlled, all accessories can use the world famous imported brands, to ensure the highest use quality of the equipment.
Output: 200-5000l / h
Final product packaging: plastic bags, plastic bottles, aseptic brick carton , etc.
Complete UHT Milk Processing Line
With a product that can be stored for long periods without spoiling and with no need for refrigeration, there are many advantages for both the producer, the retailer and the consumer.
This includes expensive products such as milk, cream, desserts and sauces.
In a modern UHT milk production line (Ultra High Temperature) is pumped through a closed system. On the way it is preheated, highly heat treated, homogenized, ultra highly heat treated,
cooled and packed aseptically. Low acid (pH above 4.5 – for milk more than pH 6.5) liquid products are usually treated at 135 – 150C for a few seconds holding, by either indirect heating
or direct steam injection or infusion. High acid (pH below 4.5) products such as juice are normally heated at 90 – 95C for 15 – 30 seconds holding. All parts of the system downstream
of the actual highly heating section are of aseptic design to eliminate the risk of reinfection, include aseptic packaging in packages protecting the product against light and atmospheric oxygen.
Ambient storage is normal.
- In the direct systems the product comes in direct contact with the heating medium, followed by flash cooling in a vacuum vessel and eventually further indirect cooling to packaging temperature.
The direct systems are divided into: